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Handcarved Ivory Necklace Set

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    Posted 12 years ago

    tcldpnk28
    (5 items)

    What a find...this necklace set was purchased in Vietnam by my father and found in a box in the attic with a note stating this was hand carved ivory. Beautiful detailing.

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    Comments

    1. kristin kristin, 12 years ago
      This is an amazing piece! Thanks for showing this to everyone.
    2. baaabsstuff baaabsstuff, 12 years ago
      It is beautiful. I think I have a piece similar that my Dad purchased for my Mom overseas in the 1940's. I look for it and post it tomorrow...
    3. Dilawwwar Hussain, 11 years ago
      Simply Beautiful.
    4. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 7 years ago
      I have one on too, from about 1915, Elephant ivory, graduated beads--Has the patina now very dark, like toast! I have never cleaned it and not sure if I am supposed to. My great-uncle got it in China when he was a diamond driller, all over the world. Sure looks prettier CLEAN-I may try to clean mine.

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